Summary: Sent the first keyboard back for an exchange, second keyboard was defective as well spent almost $30 including the shipping for a keyboard that did not work, will not buy another KeyTronic keyboard again.
Cons: When trying to log in the keyboard would auto generate a symbol into the password field and so us unable to login.
Summary: As the owner of an older PS2 Keytronic keyboard of the exact same style the keyboard layout is exactly what I wanted and was used to. If the issue with sensitivity were resolved this would be a perfectly fine keyboard I would likely use for a decade.
Pros: The keyboard works and has a good layout.
Cons: The keyboard is on the verge of being useless due to how much you have to press the keys down when gaming or even sometimes typing. When I depress a key it works about 95% of the time but other times it simply ignores my input. Even in writing this review every 10 words or so I had to go back and re-enter a character that was missed. (and no I am not really bad at typing ha!) The biggest issue with the keyboard, due to the key sensitivity, is that it is too inconsiste...
Summary: My board, for some reason, came with a loose asterisk key on the keypad side of my keyboard. Fortunately, since my older keys were also made by Keytronic, I simply took the asterisk key from that board and snapped it onto my new board. This solved that problem. End of story.
Pros: The best part of all about this keyboard, which I'm using to write this review, is that it comes equipped with a USB plug - NOT a standard PS/2. This means it's ready to plug in and use right away, and without having to restart your system. DUH!!! My older Keytronic 5-pin DIN keyboard, which was simply a hand-me-down from my elder cousin in Texas in 2002 (it was built in '96), had to make use of a PS/2 adapter in order to work. This adapter got to where it just wouldn...